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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

OCTOBER 10, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ■fflWAVAV ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ CEASE FIRING m R 11, 1918--'25 ainstthe Hindenburg line— i toward German soil—the nistice and the cessation of ler%? a war-weary world learning that the terrible brought to a close. Joy was 11 was forgotten in the cele- ?at event. •, T T iVKNOWN to us are the tears and wor- ^ ries of the mother and child who so pa- tiently waited for "Daddy". Who kept the home fires burning, and who sat by the window— watphing with the light for the husband and father who has not and will not return. a wark-a-day existence and e our business for long, and it e ftve# years of basking in lime light of prosperity, our •own lax and we are not suf- of the sacrifice made by those ied that we might live. een a meteoric career—we highest pinacle, the leader- is ofltre world is ours. We lie devastations of war, cold, the bitter humiliation of an feat. i M Vs' Unknown to us are the sacrifices of this husband and father who spent endless tours fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

PAOfeS SIX THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 10, 1925 KED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publiihere Entered at Second Clati Matter March, 3. 1879. k. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager GREAT COTTON CONTEST FOR 1026 r&jplhs 'Prom Our Exchanges' It is time (or farmers to think about next year's Cotton Contest to be conducted by The Dallas Morn-j ing News and the Semi-Weekly | Farm News in cooperation with the J Extension Service of Texas A & M College. The completed plans will be an- nounced in a few weeks and are now being drawn up and perfected The { whole State will be covered in a se>1 ries of different Cotton Contests, all j of which will be based upon the i Four-Year-Program adopted by the | News almost two years ago. | There will be large prizes in va- rious divisions of the coiitest with a view to encouraging intensive farming on the Black Lands of the Texas prairies and other uplands us •well as in the richer bottoms. It is planned to keep these divisions...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

OCTOBER 10, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE SEVEN 4 AN VOU THROW THE KING'S 1JKK THIS? UK YOl'HSKliF THU Jl'RY MUST I KNOW NOTHINt; A brllllunt generation of sIuuk ' dinners is Just ahead if Dallas hoys' you would 1,0 a Juror, and do niid girls maintain their present IJour 'u" duty as u citizen, refrain ability to add plenty of color andj"om ruai"nK' ",0 Papers, from mak- iazz to the English languuge. '"K 'rioll(1>4- forming opinions II has about reached the point | """ ever discussing anything with m>w that a traveler from a distant il"vhod>'' Otherwise, you may stand country needs an Interpreter. Nearly every high school boy and ^irl i« a wise cracker, they speak a language of their own. It's pointed and crude, too—and refreshing as well as amusing. Hero are just a few catch phrases picked up in street cars and in mo- vie shows. They show the effect of the Kloyd Collins tragedy and the famous Nome epidemic. disqualified—iu the eyes of the councel. Attending court du...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

PAOK 8I0HT THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 10, 1925 I i* HMMMH v ! <• Wrap-Around • Corselette Special features make the Wrap-around Corselette esse* tiai to the acquisition of the unbroken*llne silhouette. NOTE: The diagonal thigh band which prevents slipping up: The modern boning for flatness of back and ad- domen: The free waistline which eliminates diapliram bulge, Ask to see today. our assortment The Style Shop min [■■nmnmim OCTOBER POSTAL RECEIPTS SHOW GAIN OVER LAST YEAR According to figures supplied by Postmaster J. L. Reed, postal re- ceipts at the Clarksville postofflce for the month of October 1925 Bhow an increase of 37 per cent over the receipts of the same month a year ago. CLASSIFIED ADS. For Sale 640 acres 5 miles of Snyder, san- dy land, 7 room house, good barn, well and wind mill, grape arbor and young orchard; 300 acres in culti- vation, *150 in wheat. Plenty 6f bundle feed, eight head of cattle, four young mules, all kinds of farm implements. Every- thing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 November 1925

A'w J .'.N. TCXA3 —-i Vjiuvcvi Oi ToS'Ai M Sr" < i . v M-' }>M b.Mi : n. ri.j ,i| vv riV^f V! i- Steit W&xxtt VOLUMK FIVE—NUMBKK 49. CLARKSVILLE, TKXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBRR 13. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Natrola National Burns hard or soft Coal, Coke or Wood Made by EXCELSIOR STOVE &MFG. CO. Quincy, III. The most economical heating system for the home, office, strrnll store or hull. Why not have furnace comfort at stove price? This n:w Portable Room Furnace is the last word in heating efficiency at a new level of low cost. Its beautiful appearance, in a deep grained mahogany finish, resembles a musical instru- ment and proves a most desirable addition to any room. Natrola National will heat as much space as two to three ordi- nary types of heaters. It provides the comforts, the cleanliness and economy that you desire at a pricc less than you expcct to pay. SOLD BY Marable Hardware Co. NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK, NOV. 16-22 TO BE OBSERVED fil'PT. R. M. WHITE* URtiEH SC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 November 1925

M*«W. i* ,| 1 wtp i I ki ; ; "i J $* 1 I COUNTY REVIEW mmmrmum wc Csacramr. Inc. * _ —- Mwtarti ma At ami CUm Matter ,tim A. *. BBTCS. J Cd*sr «■< Ms-far <MP THE XKVKPAPBR. The fwl Mfwptr reflect* the Vb of the coMtiltr ' to It s good town? If to, the new* ukai that tact knows to all to it a good commercial town? If 00, Its pmm are filled with adver to it a good abow tows? If ao. the pa bile is apprised of the nature of Ah* various entertainment*. Nothing escapes the real news- If there be'crime, the new paper tell* about it. a* it properly should. The honest newspaper has two sosrces of rerenue, and two only, to-wit Its subscription list and its advertising patronace. Save in rare instances, the sub- scription list doesn't pay for the white paper ou which it is piloted, alter deducting the cost of distribute tag sad other incidentals. If the advertising patronage tails below a certain amount, the pub- lisher is conducting s losing busi- lfore than 1109,000 was lost by • certa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 November 1925

r' lb.- * >2 FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Tho oldest locomotives now In ex- istence are "Puffing Bully" and "Urylari Dllly," built about 1812 by Foster and Hackworth of England. A married woman of 21 Southern Rhodesia may vote If her husband can Bign his name and write 50 words in the English language. 4 • : # NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD OR REPAIR -We can put off the time of building or repairing, but we cannot stop the win- try blasts that sweep down on us very shortly. -It may be but a single plank, a bundle of shingles or a complete house pattern. YOU'LL FIND ALLEN'S QUALITY the best. man I * • • us, *. f • « BATTERIES ARE 30 PER CENT LESS EFFICIENT IN WINTER —That means that your battery must be in good shape if it is to be of real serv- ce to you. -IF YOU HAVE A WILLARD you have the best money can buy. That's what we sell. $13.45 will buy one for your FORD, CHEVRO- LET, STAR or OVERLAND. CHAS. L. GOODMAN Expert battery repairng and charging Eat our Meat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 November 1925

■R [ '<■ ,Y THB EBB RIVER GOUNTV REVIEW URIDAT, N0TIMBB* 11. 1121 m 8 ■ ;' ■M ■ •■v' w ■ v ■%> 'fellS: I. I r V I ' , ' I ?, m S^- |m ry^n—p. Oi'IPtvv',;- iw^tSv' USD BIVBS COUNTY REVIEW tmnr Publishing Company, Inc. Publithtrt Enter*I at Steond Clam Afatter March, 8. 1879. A* T. BRYCE, Editor and Managmr The Most Popular Thanksgiving Bird With apologies to the bald eagle, It is appropriate to refer to the tur- key as the great American bird The association of this species of fowl with the Thanksgiving day festivi- ties places It upon the highest pinna- cle of fame. The few specimens tak- en back to Spain by Christopher Col- umbus aroused the greatest curiosity and Interest in that country, and subsequent Imports of the bird with- in fifty years stirred Europe to its center. The turkey*—pavo or pea- cock In Spain, dindon in France, trutkahn in Germany, and kalkun in Scandinavian countries—was found by millions in the forests of North America, Central America and Mex- ico when ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 November 1925

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IS,. 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW m Just Arrived -More of those lovely Metal Hats—Just what you want for NOW wear—and they're so flattering and becoming you can't resist them. Priced from $5.00 to $15.00 Just In— • Fur trimmed coats—ripple and wrap- around. Needlepoint and other lovely fabrics, these. You can save $10 to $20 on New Shipment— Street and afternoon dresses in satins, crepes, georgettes and velvets. You can save $ 10 to $ 1 5 on these. Style Shop A little bit of tomorrow in our Styles of today. lira Clair Ik will ©CT< * <♦ Grant- Wright The marriage of Maurice Grant and Miss Cammie Wright of Detroit was solemnized on Tuesday after- noon at 5 o'clock at the Presbyteri- an church in Detroit, with Rev. Jno. Wright of Whitewright officiating. Preceeding the entrance of the 'bride and her attendants, little Miss Henrietta Bailey sang 'Love's Old Sweet Song' and Miss Kathleen Wal- ker of Cooper sang 'Before You Came.' They were accompanied by Mrs. E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 November 1925

RSJI wSf- ■aap.-y ~*fm •' jsMjjjj * ■ ' * * '* TOsfeM!' 0$'' B ■ I ■ t' '■ ?^r F * r- /V:.V ■P I W':'V #TV- Ste " ^JiUV MfflEwIbi If ' lfe$ ;f, ' I.' If; ibf P®H fc w 9l • ■M* JjJ|J5|^JVERggJJgJJgJ2gL FRIDAY, NOVBMBER 13, i92s tttRSTl >. f.a- I i;tivnjf ; ,ir. . .:•• •<;« *■' J?" ! '' /ir .U<ijt ijii |i> V■ 1 r<gir $ Conducted by the. Student Body of the CLARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors— Addie Soward, Clovls Graves, Jr. Cecil Owen, Otis Hocker, Jr. DoriB Chamble* Athletic Editors Judge Bagiey Alma Harrington Joke and Poetry Ed. Le Roy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty "LOADING THE ARK" (Cramming (or Examination) By MISS POLLY GRANT As I lay dreaming, I thought 1 saw a large ark named Brain on the top of the mount of "Knowledge". Near was Noah's son, "High School Boy", preparing to load the ark for the flood. "Examination", that was to come next day. Th4 proclamation had been issued that all the animalB, "Subjects" that were not in the Ark would be d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 November 1925

University of Tcxa« 1*1 • il« •It II • It Wieb WUvtv Slrumu VOLUME F!VIC. NUMBER 50 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Natrola National Burns hard or soft Coal, Coke or Wood Made by EXCELSIOR STOVE &MFG. CO. Quincy, 111. Tho most economical heating system for tho homo, office. small store or hull. Why not have furnace comfort at stove price? This rew Fortnbie Room Furnace is the last word in heating cfficicr.cy at a new level of low cost. Its beautiful appearance, in a d.:ep grained mahogany finish, resembles a musical instru- ment and proves a most desirable addition to any room. Natrola National will heat as much space as two to three ordi- nary types oi heaters, it provides the comforts, the cleanliness and economy that you desire at a pricc less than you expect to pay. in Seed Improvement Meeting in Dec. LOCAL FARMERS TO CONFER WITH EXPERTS AT MEET- ING IN DECEMBER. SOLD BY Marable Hardware Co. Firemen Elect 'Boy Scouts New Officers E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 November 1925

THE RED RIVER, COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1921 RIVER COUNTY REVIEW r B" Pvbuihino Company, /«• PubK k*$ Entered at Second Clatt Matter March, 8. 1870. A- T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager THE DOG'S HOLD Felix, the dog mascot of a Chicago fire company, was little known to more than a comparatively few per- sons before bis death, but the un- usual manner and magnificence of bis funeral have made a news story which has gone all over the country, When Felix answered his last alarm and passed along to wherever good dogs go, he was carried to his grave in Chicago's forest preserve by six Children who had loved him. His body was encased in a wooden cas- ket especially made. There were eight automobiles in the funeral cortege and twenty firemen wept un- ashamed, when the remains of their dog were buried. Business men and firemen spent $400 on flowers and arrangements. Before deciding that all the fore- going represents nothing more than foolish sentimentality, it is well enough to know ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 November 1925

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1025 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW lira QairksMleSoeneihy Grant- iAlAWrl||ht. IQIB jUst as the son was golne down Tuesday afternoon Nov. 10th, one of the most beautiful church weddings ever held in Detroit was performed 8t the First Presbyterian church when Miss Camrale Wright, the charming and vivacious daughter of jlev. and Mrs. C. O. Wright became the b'ide of Mr. Morris H. Grant. Charming simplicity in all the ap- pointments lent dignity to the whole occasion The front of the church was en- tirely banked with autumn leaven in all their variegated and brilliant liuen. The back of the choir place and the piano were banked with au- tumn boughs. The chancel rail was i twined with ivy. Baskets of yellow 'Chrysanthemums adorned each side of the altar place. A pitcher that was used one hundred and fffty years ago for flowers at the wedding of the bride's great grandfather ad- orned the piano at this wedding with flowers. The contracting parties, wiili their aitenciu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 November 1925

r? I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1 2S PU SUPPER AT TURNER'S LAKE, NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT Students and (acuity members ot the Turner's Lake Bchool district have arranged a pie supper (or Fri- day night, Nov. 20, at the school house at that place. The money realized (rom the supper will be used (or improvement of the school library and (or the (urtherance ot school athletics. In announcing the event, the (ac- uity states that this will be the gratest pie-eating (eat o( the year and they cordially invite the ladies to bring pies and the men to bring well-tilted pocket books. FOOTBALL GAME ARRANGED FOR CHRISTMAS DAY HERE At a meeting ot the Volunteer Fire department held at the city hall Friday night the challenge prof- (ered it by the All Stars, was voted on and accepted and the game Is un- officially set (or Christmas Day. Memories o( '21, when Clarks- ville was an unde(eated champion in (ootball, will doubtless be brought to the minds ot the lov- ers of the sport whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 November 1925

^niversWy 0t Te*H AUSTIN, TEXAS Wlzb Wiimt Otomty iReuteui VOLUME FIVE—NO. 61 CLARKSVILLB, TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY iiffigisa ' 1 r' "i ^' V . '/ <n jji ^ i ^■>■^'^44 i '■* • •• •*-...• I |f >; L-."T'\ ' •' MS U ajdl "TE^TCLS % y is K<W>K ieods for chance chills at baby's 'w.ime oi* any other time with a Perfection Heater around. ives _ the extra heat you want—where you 'ant .it--in a jiffy. _ Warms ten hours on a gallon of kerosene oil—portable heat for every room. Saves coal too. 4> 900,000 in use. Your Perfection is ready now. PERFECT] ON Oil Heaters t/tfc <7ftaraMefflardu)are Wi - r>ww« - ciAAMsnur rexjss -/#w - Ajfisr w/r/f Thr *fw -./osr pHo/vt ho / 1 Retail Merchants To Have Banquet PLATES WILL BE LAID FOR TWO HUNDRED GUESTS NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT. Two hundred guests are expected at the aunual banquet to be given by the Retail Merchants Association next Tuesday night. The ladies of the Methodist Church will Berve the di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 November 1925

int. A >K\vtk 140ITM T. RHVU'W r*.iv >t * r<j ■p I I s m PI zuuwuhhuubc i '®V® mmm oVfcW* iW Srfft meat i life mm: ' lfey.Tt l?r^iiWsydT!iii C*W *'vt'' Mc' •< hA^ffcf* ' J mi ul 1" , or ***£ euro; ■• ■ ""^.T- • • ,K ul nu ? I*- r ' ,■ |. Un «i •-♦ } ttiwtfret r I >«•>•< «i> ?f <«• • •*•: f ' ' ' B.*6#*lW r >V Malwwt-a Irttff i wi•>.«••?• >■'" " . | |p ir *• * It I. 't> '' ,! ;' ahtfUr <** t^mtniry ; ^, .«« li . *. .. , <0 fctttM V | **"«W «* r-*i««,Nr -if v MM* I w tl a • M rrrrvt f I «M* t? . h: tn*i4fli i t\i >1 Ifotttf-f }"" I! 4 n tMitf- M h, H *. vf t+nn* j v. < w nut I if •.• f im v v..* <• « h ! ??'•♦«** | V f J* v l A c i necoa ami"I iii j .! • nuuKto'. rv> rWMu i.< '> " pru i r.r.'iMJ' t • , ,|.4 j, . ,f<" • > •>*(-*« • > >' •'• I . • ' , It j f l"t'l I, I r ' I I'll I 1 1 I mm i u -*• « «'h 1 *" ** ' "' • !> nmf M 'U-tL V •-/ ' - ,fc r •** ft i. ii* l* HUM I 0 Ml i') * ♦' ' ' *• ,""1' *r "*•, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 November 1925

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1925 THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THRHB Sua Tk@Tig@irps €sy Conducted by tlic Student Ilody of the CLARKSViLLE HIGH SCHOOL Ed!tor-ln-Chiof Associate Editors— Addle Howard, Clovis Craves, Jr. Cecil Owen, Otis Hooker, Jr. Dorig Chambles Athletic Editors Judge Bagley Alma Harrington Joke and Poetry Ed. Le Hoy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty "THE GUY WHO PLAYS ON THE 8CKLIW" MC1KNCK AMI ART < '1, ASS ICS VISIT (THUS INDI STIUES Tuesday, November 10th, a Do- mestic Science class, composed of the l,ow Tenth grade visited the Hukery with the instructor, Miss Lipscomb. The BULL'S EYE "Editor and GeneralManaged WILL ROGERS 7 Bi^nother Bull"Durhamadvertite- I ment by Will Roger., Ziegfetd FoU I lira and acreen atar, ana leading I American humoriat. More coming. Watch for them. ] sae where some of the Foreign Nations say they are going; to FUND their debt to America, and all the Papers are all excited about it. But the BULL'S EYE is a Paper that never misleads our r'ead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 November 1925

FAGS FOUR Y •ED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publinhsrt SnUred at Second Cla* Matter March, 8. 1879 A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager TIME TO PUT OUT TRKE8. Many home owners In Texan cities this year suffered disappointment and money loss when shade trees set out in the Spring failed to live thru the dry summer season. The Iohh can be remedied and the next few weeks is the time for remedying it. Trees set out in the Fall and Win- ter as soon as foliage begins to drop stand better chance of weathering the critical first Summer than trees ■et out in the Spring. Especially is this true If the trees set out are al- ready several year's growth. Horti- culturists iuform us that the task of putting out green branches and leaves and at the same time extend- ing Its root system is often too much for the tree that gets a late start, no matter how much water may be supplied to it by the careful house- bolder. MANY TOURISTS THROUGH CLARKSVILLE THIS WEEK Despite the almost impassib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 November 1925

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE OTS K. ■■■ ■•■ ■■■■■> ■MMiMmmnmnMiiiiiiiininfnnnltll u Omit Sisftlh Asumw Announcing >nxm Anmw<BT§>®tfj • with the opening of our GIFT SHOP We Dedicate Ais Dav to Our Boss THE PUBLIC Who for the past six years has so materially assisted us in attaining the success that we have. We did not aim to be the Biggest Store but we wanted to be the Best. It seems only natural that the course of time has brought the two together. We intended to grow, and will keep on growing by adhering to our policy of giving Better Merchan- dise. Better Service and the Right Prices. We attribute the greater part of our success to the fact that we have earnestly endeavored to fulfill the sentiments expressed in the following lines from Emerson. "If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon or build a belter mouse trap than his neigh- bor, though he build his house in the woods the world will make a beaten path to his door." Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 November 1925

J AGB BtX THE REP RJVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. l lf ^ The Battery Is the Heart of Your Car. Wm 'WillaM' BUY A WILLARD -We do expert battery repairing and charging and our prices are always in line. CHAS. L. GOODMAN Expert battery repairng and charging THE HLWANKK RIVER I Some bringht yoyng men of tbe 'united States geological Burvey have gone into Southern Georgia and Northern Florida to make cer- tain investigations. They have found that a atream known locally us the Suwanee (or Sewanee or Swanee) River is only an ordinary creek, affording some sort of lazy outlet to the waters of the Okefin- okee Swamp, and is as unimportant and uulovely as swamp creeks us- ually ure. "That was all right," says South- western Machinery, "and part of their business. But when these young men—or somebody of them - went so far as to report that the Immortal river of Stephen C. Fos- ter's song is little better than a mere ditch they committed a collo- sal error. It is a blunder to which The...

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